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    Tinnin, Karen
    Interviewed May 22, 1997

    Karen Tinnin was a permanent employee of the Harry S Truman National Historic Site from 1985-2007. During her employ, she was actively involved in the creation, improvements, and management of the Truman Home in Independence, Missouri in her role as park ranger and later, Chief of Interpretation.

    Interview Not Transcribed

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    Truman, Gilbert and Harry A.
    Interviewed July 29, 1991

    Gilbert and Harry A. Truman were the sons of John Vivian Truman, the President's brother. They discuss life on and around the two Truman farms in Grandview, Missouri. Harry A. lived in the Truman Farm Home from 1946 to 1955 and talks about the modifications made to the house to make it "modern."

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    Millie Twyman
    Millie Twyman

    Twyman, Millicent
    Interviewed July 10, 2003

    Millicent Twyman discusses the neighborhood relationships and the protectiveness of the Trumans by those closest to them.

    Interview Not Transcribed


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